The 41st U.S. president cared more about his legacy than the 1992 re-election he lost.
For George F. Will's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Sifting this year's other detritus, let us also be thankful for the following amusements.
Donald Trump's presidency is one giant act of trolling.
Trade wars are easy to win — if you sufficiently define victory down.
How can America fix its epidemic of loneliness?
Without being aware of it, Vernon Madison might become a footnote in constitutional law because he is barely aware of anything. For more than 30 years, Alabama, with a tenacity that deserves a better cause, has been trying to execute him for the crime ...
"Un-intellectual" academic bureaucrats have turned students into "eggshell plaintiffs" traumatized by a multitude of "microaggressions."
Those who see no Lehman-like episode on the horizon did not see the last one.
The current tumults in Portland perhaps reveal something about Oregon's political DNA.
Trying to produce prosperity with protectionism is as easy as extracting sunbeams from cucumbers.